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  1. Hi everyone! I've had the A6300 now since September, switching from Canon 70D. Something I have really experienced is how slow it is. Starting up takes several seconds and switching from my custom modes or to other modes, like manual to shutter priority seems quite slow. I've noticed it's slower after filming a lot so I guess that has to do with the buffer but it's still surprisingly slow, even when I haven't filmed and switching. Is this just how it is, a bit slower because of all Sony stuffed in it or how are your experiences? Also, sometimes with like focusing or waking up from slee
  2. Hi, I've been using a Sony a6000 for years and love it, but it has recently developed a very irritating problem. The shutter has become slow and hesitates when I try to take a picture, often resulting in a 1-2 second delay between me pressing the shutter and it actually taking the problem. Similarly, on bracket modes and continuous shooting, it no longer fires evenly and consistently. Instead, it will take pictures sporadically, often with long pauses between shots. I mostly shoot wildlife (which tends not to sit still), so this type malfunction is extremely difficult to work with. I am awa
  3. The small video of process of a make-up shot on Sony A7s Tenderness, beauty, beautiful girls https://youtu.be/eIt36EQ8PRU
  4. Hey everyone, Nothing spectacular, just getting used to the RX100 IV and testing the slo motion capabilities. I have found that 240fps is about as high as I would go to keep the quality as high as I would need it, especially if I'm going to use this as a broadcast b-roll or b-camera. Mostly it'll be used for the family, so the quality is pretty rock solid. Everything was shot at 240fps in PP7 (S-Log2) 1600iso. I graded everything in PPRo CC with James Miller's LUTs. I was pretty surprised at how good his LUTs are at pretty much wiping out the noticeable noise that you get with the 1
  5. You have the A7R2. You have the RX100M4. So what do you do? Shoot the different shutter modes of the A7R2 in super slow-motion with the RX100M4. Click below for some hot Sony-on-Sony action, totally mirrorless. https://youtu.be/v5HyT_KgFT4
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